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AspirantWorld One liners : 19th July

• The Defence Minister has launched an artificial intelligence-powered grievance management app. The application was created by the Defence Ministry with the assistance of IIT-Kanpur. This is the first AI-powered system created to improve government grievance redressal. • In Varanasi,…

Moon Wobble

• Sometimes, the moon seems to move in mysterious ways. It is mostly circles and ovals. But there is also something else — a so-called wobble — animating those rotations and revolutions. According to a recent study, the phenomenon is…

Tipu Sultan

• Nearly 1,000 km from where he once ruled, Mysore King Tipu Sultan is at the centre of controversy in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation over attempts to name a garden after him in Govandi, a suburb in Eastern Mumbai. About:…

Conjugal rights

• In the coming week, the Supreme Court is expected to begin hearing a fresh challenge to the provision allowing restitution of conjugal rights under Hindu personal laws. In 2019, a three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court had agreed to…

Internet through balloon

• Florida’s Republican governor, Ron DeSantis, called this week on the administration of President Joe Biden to greenlight a plan to transmit the Internet to people in Cuba via high-altitude balloons when their government has blocked access. Can Internet be…

Re-wilding’ of wild animals

• The recent attempt of Periyar Tiger Reserve (PTR) to reintroduce into the wild an abandoned nine-month-old cub named Mangala after rearing it in ‘captivity’ for two years has once again brought the controversial concept of ‘re-wilding’ of abandoned or…

Amazon forests

• The Amazon forests in South America, which are the largest tropical forests in the world, have started emitting carbon dioxide (CO2) instead of absorbing carbon emissions. About: • A significant amount of deforestation in eastern and southeastern Brazil has…

Doppler radar

• The India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) only Doppler radar in Mumbai, which surveys weather patterns and forecast, stopped working again, when the city was witnessing rainfall. How does a Doppler radar work? • In radars, a beam of energy– called…